U.S. HealthWorks Announces Addition of Eight Occupational Healthcare Clinics in Indiana

U.S. HealthWorks Announces Addition of Eight Occupational Healthcare Clinics in Indiana

For U.S. HealthWorksBill Halldin, 916-781-0657

, a leading operator of occupational healthcare and urgent care centers, announced today that it will enter into a strategic partnership with Indiana University Health in which the two organizations will collaborate in providing occupational health services to Indiana employers.

As part of the agreement, U.S. HealthWorks will have a clinical collaboration with IU Health, as well as, acquire the assets of eight free standing IU Health clinics in the Indianapolis area-- five in Indianapolis and one each in Muncie, Fishers and Lebanon.

These clinics provide a full range of services to promote employee wellness and treat on-the-job injuries. The agreement is expected to be completed by June 30. Other terms were not disclosed.

Once the transaction is finalized, U.S. HealthWorks will have 13 centers and worksites in Indiana and 199 nationwide in 17 states.

“IU Health is a premier provider of healthcare services in Indiana,” said Dan Crowley, President and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. HealthWorks.” This strategic partnership will allow us to broaden our reach in the state and better serve our national and regional clients.”

This transaction will be the third in the Midwest for U.S. HealthWorks in the last six months. Previously, U.S. HealthWorks acquired nine centers and worksites in Wisconsin and the Chicago area.

IU Health Occupational Services clinics are located at:

, a subsidiary of Dignity Health, is one of the country’s largest operators of occupational healthcare centers. With 191 clinics and worksites in 17 states and more than 2,700 employees – including approximately 800 medical providers – U.S. HealthWorks centers serve more than 12,000 patients each day throughout the country. U.S. HealthWorks centers help employers control work-related injury costs through quality medical care and effective management of claims and lost work time, specializing in early return-to-work programs, injury prevention and ergonomics programs. For more information, please visit . U.S. HealthWorks is also on and .

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